Friday, April 5, 2019

Coal Country Miniature Golf: West Virginia

We  always passed by this Coal Country Miniature Golf along Interstate 79 in Fairmont, West Virginia.  I would like to explore their facility someday.  Although I am not a golfer, it would be nice to  try and experience their  18 hole golf course, batting cages, and mining museum.  I think it would be fun.
Going on a road trip is always fun  because you get to see a different picture of what you usually see in the city.  Exploring your own state is the cheapest way to have fun and discover new things.  
We still have a lot of places to  explore in our  own state and we  are slowly doing just that with kids.  Whenever we have time, we always go on spontaneous road trips.  Without planning about it, we always end up discovering fun stuff to do and see new places.
The latest cities   we have  visited are the Buckhannon Upshur and Elkins. You never know what exciting things you will discover when you go on a road trip.  My kids love it.
The sight of cows and horses always bring a smile on our faces since we don't see them in  the place where we live.  
How about you, do you go on a roadtrip on your own state? 

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